The Inherent Vice of Capitalism

The row over Piketty’s number crunching risks obscuring some powerful conclusions about inequality and capital. Markets may need inequalities to function, but it is a deeply flawed argument which says social injustice should be ignored for markets’ sake. Please go to The Conversation to view the rest of this post.

Kevin Albertson

Please note that blog posts do not necessarily represent the views of other authors on the blog or of the Manchester Metropolitan University and its staff.

This entry was posted in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink.